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									                                        AGENDA

    Regular Meeting of the Board of Education, Independent School District Number
    One, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, Monday, July 19, 2010, at 7:00 p.m., in the Cheryl
    Selman Room, Ground Floor Level, at the Charles C. Mason Education Service
    Center, 3027 South New Haven, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

    With the exception of item A-1, the Board of Education reserves the right to
    take up any agenda item in any order regardless of how items are listed.




A. OPENING EXERCISES

        A-1.   Call to order and confirm that a quorum of the Board is present.
        A-2.   Flag salute.
        A-3.   Remind those wishing to address the Board, sign with the clerk --
               5-minute limit.
        A-4.   Motion and vote to adopt the Agenda.



B. RECOGNITION OF VISITORS



C. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS/RESOLUTIONS

        C-1.   Superintendent’s special recognition.



D. Approve minutes of previous meetings of the Board of Education.

        No minutes submitted
E.    CONSENT AGENDA - Motion and vote on recommendations


     Note:    With the exception of student trips and routine staffing items, Consent
     items appeared on the previous regular meeting’s Agenda as Information Agenda
     items unless otherwise indicated.



     ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT FOR
                 CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION/SPECIAL EDUCATION AND
                 STUDENT SERVICES, MS. VERNA RUFFIN

          E-1.   Renew contracts with the following community agencies to provide school-
                 based comprehensive mental health and social services for Medicaid-eligible
                 children during 2010-2011 school year.
                 There is no cost to the District.
                 Associated Centers for Therapy (ACT) at Academy Central, Addams, Alcott,
                 Anderson, Bryant, Burroughs, Central, Cherokee, Chouteau, Columbus,
                 Cooper, Disney, East Central, Emerson, Foster, Gilcrease, Greeley,
                 Hawthorne, Houston, Kerr, Lewis and Clark, Lindbergh, MacArthur, Madison,
                 Mark Twain, McClure, Mitchell, Nimitz, Park, Peary, Penn, Phillips,
                 Remington, Robertson, Roosevelt, Salk, Sandburg, Sequoyah, Skelly,
                 Whitman and Whitney.
                 CREOKS Mental Health Services at Academy Central, Addams, Alcott,
                 Anderson, Burroughs, Byrd, Central, Cherokee, Chouteau, Clinton,
                 Columbus, Cooper, Emerson, Eugene Field, Foster, Franklin, Gilcrease,
                 Greeley, Hamilton, Hawthorne, Houston, Jackson, Kerr, Lewis and Clark,
                 Lindbergh, MacArthur, Madison, Mark Twain, McClure, Memorial, Mitchell,
                 Park, Penn, Phillips, Project 12, Robertson, Roosevelt, Salk, Sandburg,
                 Skelly, Whitman and Whitney.
                 Daybreak at Academy Central, Addams, Alcott, Anderson, Barnard, Bell,
                 Bryant, Burroughs, Byrd, Carnegie, Carver, Celia Clinton, Central, Cherokee,
                 Chouteau, Cleveland, Clinton, Columbus, Cooper, Disney, East Central,
                 Edison, Emerson, Eugene Field, Foster, Franklin, Gilcrease, Grimes, Hale,
                 Hamilton, Hawthorne, Hoover, Houston, Jackson, Jones, Kendall-Whittier,
                 Kerr, Key, Lanier, Lewis and Clark, Lindbergh, MacArthur, Madison, Mark
                 Twain, Marshall, McClure, McKinley, McLain, Memorial, Nimitz, Owen, Park,
                 Patrick Henry, Peary, Penn, Phillips, Remington, Robertson, Rogers,
                 Roosevelt, Salk, Sandburg, Sequoyah, Skelly, Springdale, Street School,
                 Washington, Webster, Whitman, Whitney, Wilson and Wright.
                 DaySpring Community Services, Inc. at Academy Central, Addams, Alcott,
                 Anderson, Burroughs, Central, Cherokee, Chouteau, Columbus, Cooper,
                 Emerson, Eugene Field, Foster, Greeley, Hamilton, Hawthorne, Houston,
                 Jackson, Kendall-Whittier, Kerr, Lindbergh, MacArthur, Madison, Mark
                 Twain, McClure, McKinley, Mitchell, Park, Penn, Phillips, Remington,
                 Robertson, Rogers, Roosevelt, Salk, Sandburg, Sequoyah, Skelly,
                 Springdale, Whitman, Whitney.




July 19, 2010                                 2
E.   CONSENT AGENDA - Continued


                Family and Children’s Services at Academy Central, Addams, Alcott,
                Anderson, Bryant, Burroughs, Celia Clinton, Central, Cherokee, Chouteau,
                Clinton, Columbus, Cooper, Emerson, Eugene Field, Foster, Gilcrease,
                Greeley, Hale, Hawthorne, Houston, Jackson, Kendall-Whittier, Kerr, Lewis
                and Clark, Lindbergh, MacArthur, Madison, Mark Twain, Marshall, McClure,
                Mitchell, Owen, Park, Peary, Penn, Phillips, Robertson, Roosevelt, Salk,
                Sandburg, Sequoyah, Skelly, Whitman and Whitney.
                Morton at Alcott, Anderson, Burroughs, Carver, Cherokee, Cooper,
                Gilcrease, Greeley, Hawthorne, Houston, MacArthur, McLain, Washington
                and Whitman.
                Volunteers of America (VOA) at Chouteau, Columbus, Cooper, Disney,
                Emerson, Franklin, Hale, Hawthorne, Kendall-Whittier, Kerr, KIPP,
                MacArthur, Patrick Henry, Remington, Robertson, Rogers, Salk, Sandburg,
                Skelly and Street School.
                YouthCare at Addams, Byrd, Celia Clinton, Cherokee, Cleveland, Clinton,
                Cooper, Disney, East Central, Edison, Emerson, Franklin, Grimes, Hale,
                Hamilton, Hoover, Kendall-Whittier, Kerr, KIPP, Lewis and Clark, MacArthur,
                Madison, Marshall, McClure, McKinley, Park, Patrick Henry, Remington,
                Robertson, Rogers, Roosevelt, Sequoyah, Skelly, Springdale, Street School,
                Webster, Whitman, Whitney and Wilson.
                Youth Services of Tulsa at Academy Central, Addams, Anderson,
                Burroughs, Carver, Central, Cherokee, Chouteau, Cleveland, Clinton,
                Columbus, Cooper, East Central, Edison, Emerson, Eugene Field,
                Gilcrease, Greeley, Hale, Hamilton, Hawthorne, Kerr, Lanier, Lewis and
                Clark, Lindbergh, MacArthur, Madison, Mark Twain, McClure, McLain,
                Memorial, Nimitz, Mitchell, Park, Penn, Phillips, Robertson, Rogers,
                Roosevelt, Salk, Sandburg, Skelly, Washington, Webster, Whitman and
                Whitney.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District prepare
                the appropriate contracts and proper officers of the Board of Education be
                authorized to execute the contracts on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: These school-based services will include individual
                counseling, family counseling, referral services, classroom consultation, and
                team intervention and case management which support the academic goals
                by decreasing out-of-school suspensions, improving attendance, and
                increasing classroom academic learning time.




July 19, 2010                              3
E.   CONSENT AGENDA - Continued


         E-2.   Enter into contracts with the following community agencies to provide
                school-based comprehensive mental health and social services for
                Medicaid-eligible children during 2010-2011 school year.
                There is no cost to the District.
                Health Concepts at Bryant, Clinton, Cooper, East Central, Edison, Jackson,
                MacArthur, Madison, Mark Twain, McLain, Park, Project 12, Remington,
                Rogers, Roosevelt and Webster.
                Hillcrest Foster Care at Bryant and Cooper
                Pathways at Cooper and MacArthur.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District prepare
                the appropriate contracts and proper officers of the Board of Education be
                authorized to execute the contracts on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: These school-based services will include individual
                counseling, family counseling, referral services, classroom consultation, and
                team intervention and case management which support the academic goals
                by decreasing out-of-school suspensions, improving attendance, and
                increasing classroom academic learning time.

         E-3.   Enter into a contract with Tulsa Community College (TCC) to provide clinical
                rotation experience for occupational therapy assistant students enrolled at
                TCC during the 2010-2011 school year.
                There is no cost to the District.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: TCC occupational therapy assistant students will work
                under the supervision of designated District occupational therapists.
                Occupational therapy assistant students bring with them current research in
                the field, which will promote quality learning experiences for our department,
                for teachers, and for students.

         E-4.   Renew the contract with the University of Oklahoma Masters of Social Works
                program for clinical experience for university students during the 2010-2011
                school year.
                There is no cost to the District.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District prepare
                and approve the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: This will allow for OU students in the MSW program to
                complete a practicum experience within a District school, with priority given
                to schools participating in the Community Schools initiative. Upon students’
                graduation, this may lead to a pool of applicants should an opening for a
                school social worker exist within the District.




July 19, 2010                                4
E.   CONSENT AGENDA - Continued


         E-5.   Renew the contract with the University of Oklahoma (OU) to provide clinical
                rotation experience for occupational therapy students enrolled at OU during
                the 2010-2011 school year.
                There is no cost to the District.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: OU occupational therapy students will work under the
                supervision of designated District occupational therapists. Occupational
                therapy students bring with them current research in the field, which will
                promote quality learning experiences for our department, for teachers, and
                for students.

         E-6.   Renew the contracts for occupational and physical therapy services, plus
                mileage for between-school travel, during the 2010-2011 school year.
                Career Staff Unlimited Inc., to provide occupational therapy (OT) services at
                $65/hr. and certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA) services at
                $55/hr. Total cost not to exceed $100,000 will be paid from the General
                Fund, 1-11-0000-50-2135-3300-239-0000-000-06-066.
                Supplemental Health Care Services, Inc. to provide OT services, at $60/hr.,
                and COTA services at $50/hr. Total cost not to exceed $100,000 will be paid
                from the General Fund, 1-11-0000-50-2135-3300-239-0000-000-06-066.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District prepare
                and approve the appropriate contracts and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contracts on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: This is a required service based upon individual needs as
                determined in each student’s IEP. This contract is necessary due to the
                current shortage of certified occupational therapists within the District. This
                contract will provide adequate services until additional certified occupational
                therapy assistants can be hired.

         E-7.   Renew contract services with Columbia TeenScreen of Mental Health
                Association in Tulsa to provide voluntary mental health check-ups to
                students at Central, East Central, Edison, Memorial, Hale, McLain, Rogers,
                Washington, and Webster during the 2010-2011 school year.
                There is no cost to the District.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the District prepares the
                appropriate contract and proper officers of the Board of Education be
                authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: TeenScreen is a health screening program developed by
                Columbia University to identify teens who may suffer from depression or
                other emotional problems and to help their parents connect teens in need
                with professional health resources in the community.




July 19, 2010                                5
E.   CONSENT AGENDA - Continued


         E-8.   Renew contract services with the SafeTeam Program offered by the Mental
                Health Association in Tulsa to provide a safer and more supportive school to
                all schools that choose to participate during the 2010-2011 school year.
                There is no cost to the District.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District prepares
                the appropriate contract and proper officers of the Board of Education be
                authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: SafeTeam is an early-warning system of communication
                used to identify students who are at risk of posing a threat to themselves and
                others. In addition to addressing potential suicidal and violent behavior
                before it erupts, it can also detect a host of related mental health issues,
                including substance abuse, teen pregnancy, eating disorders, depression,
                and other forms of mental and physical illness.

         E-9.   Renew collaborative agreements with the following for eligible children, ages
                three through five, identified as having disabilities and attending a Head Start
                program during the 2010-2011 school year.
                      Community Action Project (CAP) Head Start of Tulsa County
                      Native American Coalition of Tulsa
                There is no cost to the District.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract and proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: The proposed agreements establish the operating
                procedures for the way the District implements IDEA to eligible children
                attending Head Start.

       E-10..   Renew the contract with Tonia Caselman, PhD, LCSW, to provide clinical
                supervision for Tulsa Public Schools’ employees who are Masters in Social
                Workers (MSW) and are under supervision for licensure to become Licensed
                Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) during the 2010-2011 school year.
                Total cost not to exceed $6,000 will be paid from Special Education Early
                Intervening Services, 1-11-6230-50-2113-3200-239-0000-000-05-066.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District prepare
                the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of Education be
                authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: Providing supervision for Tulsa Public Schools LCSW
                candidates will allow the District to bill Medicaid for some of the services and
                allow the District the opportunity to utilize personnel more efficiently while
                maintaining quality standards for students.




July 19, 2010                                6
E.    CONSENT AGENDA - Continued


        E-11.   Pay Pearson School for professional development for one-day training for
                the Foreign Language teachers to be trained on the new lab at McLain High
                School. Training days to be determined.
                Total cost not to exceed $3,500 will be paid from Magnet Fund, 1-11-7763
                50-2213-3200-100-0000-000-05-720.
                RATIONALE: This will provide professional development opportunities for
                McLain teachers as they meet compliance with the Federal Magnet Grant
                Program for the new Foreign Language Program. As a part of the grant,
                teachers are to expose students to the language labs purchased with grant
                dollars.



     ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER, MS. TRISH
                  WILLIAMS


        E-12.   Enter into contracts with GEAR UP Project partners as listed to provide
                tutorial and other services as described in the Tulsa GEAR UP Project July
                1, 2010, through June 30, 2011.
                   Langston University                           $79,808
                   Metropolitan Tulsa Urban League               $73,368
                   Oklahoma State University Tulsa               $88,914
                   Tulsa University                             $159,119
                   Northeastern State University                $116,307
                   YWCA Intercultural Service Center             $39,346
                Total cost not to exceed $558,000 will be paid from the GEAR UP Federal
                Grant, 1-11-7787-50-2120-3200-000-0000-000-05-093.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contracts and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contracts on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: The program will provide academic assistance and develop
                postsecondary awareness to 1,491 cohort students in high-need, high
                poverty schools beginning in the sixth and seventh grades and continuing
                through graduation. GEAR UP high schools that will receive services during
                the 2010-2011 school year will include Central, Rogers, McLain and
                Webster. The contractors provide Tulsa Public Schools’ teachers with
                professional development while providing students with information,
                experiences, and supplemental education services that encourage their
                enrollment in postsecondary education after high school as well as improve
                academic achievement.




July 19, 2010                              7
E.   CONSENT AGENDA - Continued


         E-13. Enter into a contract with JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., Tulsa, Oklahoma, to
               provide a procurement card program for the District.
                There is no cost to the District for cards, setup, reporting or maintenance.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract to renew the agreement and the proper
                officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the contract on
                behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: The District has successfully managed a procurement card
                program since 2002 and it has generated $1,175,677 in revenue to date.
                Accounting entries are made though a batch upload and with two single
                payments a month to capture process efficiencies. This is a cost effective
                option for small purchases that includes strict controls that comply with State
                DOE accounting and audit requirements while providing enhanced
                procurement service to users.

       E-14.    Enter into a contract with National Center on Time and Learning (NCTL) for
                the period of July 12, 2010, through June 30, 2011, pending approval by the
                State Department of Education of the Tulsa Public Schools’ 1003g Grant.
                NCTL will provide professional development services for site leadership
                teams and central office key leaders, site coaching for principals and staff at
                affected sites, and District alignment with key central office staff.
                Total cost not to exceed $216,500 and will be paid from 1-11-5370-50-2213-
                3200-494-0000-000-05-093.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District prepare
                the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of Education be
                authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the School District.
                RATIONALE: A major component of the District’s 1003g Grant to
                transform our lowest performing schools is the implementation of extended
                learning time. As written, the grant calls for implementation in FY11 of
                extended learning time at Clinton and Gilcrease. Subsequent years of the
                grant call for implementation of extended learning time at Central, East
                Central, Hale, Rogers, and Webster high schools. There is a need to use
                the expertise of the NCTL in order to ensure that the District achieves
                success in transforming our lowest performing schools.




July 19, 2010                               8
E.   CONSENT AGENDA - Continued


       E-15.    Enter into a contract with New View Oklahoma (formerly Oklahoma League
                for the Blind) to provide a visually impaired student with orientation and
                mobility training, at $65/hr, plus mileage, during the 2010-2011 school year.
                Total cost not to exceed $11,500 will be paid from, Special Education IDEA-
                B, 1-11-6210-50-1000-3300-000-0000-000-05-066.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District prepare
                the appropriate contract and proper officers of the Board of Education be
                authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: These services will provide the visually impaired student
                with the skills necessary to move safely, independently and purposefully in
                his environment.      In addition, these services will fulfill the District’s
                obligations under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and Section
                504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (IDEA).

       E-16.    Enter into a contract with Citizen CPR, through the American Heart
                Association, to provide CPR/First Aid training for paraprofessionals and
                special education teachers, at up to $20 per person, during 2010-2011
                school year.
                Total cost not to exceed $10,000 will be paid from Medicare, 1-11-6980-50-
                2132-3200-239-0000-000-05-066.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District prepare
                the appropriate contract and proper officers of the Board of Education be
                authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: Paraprofessionals employed in special education are
                required by the Oklahoma State Department of Education to maintain current
                CPR/First Aid certification. Classes are needed to provide training to all
                employees whose job description requires this certification.

       E-17.    Renew the contract with Tulsans Operating in Unity Creating Hope, Inc
                (TOUCH) to provide extended day/year services for Mark Twain and
                Roosevelt elementary schools during the 2010-2011 school year.
                Total cost not to exceed $150,000 will be paid from 21st Century Grant, 1-11-
                5530-50-1000-3200-493-0000-000-05-093.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: TOUCH was approved for a three-year 21st Century grant
                by the Oklahoma Department of Education in July 2009. This will renew for
                the second year of the grant to provide after-school, intersession and
                summer activities for Mark Twain and Roosevelt elementary schools.
                Activities will include tutoring, mentoring, accelerated instruction, service
                learning and integrated academic enrichment.




July 19, 2010                              9
E.   CONSENT AGENDA - Continued


       E-18.    Renew the contract with Tulsans Operating in Unity Creating Hope, Inc
                (TOUCH) to provide extended day/year services for Mark Twain Elementary
                and Roosevelt elementary schools during the 2010-2011 school year.
                Total cost not to exceed $150,000 will be paid from 21st Century Grant, 1-11-
                5530-50-1000-3200-493-0000-000-05-093.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: TOUCH was approved for a three-year 21st Century grant
                by the Oklahoma Department of Education in July 2009. This will renew for
                the second year of the grant to provide after-school, intersession and
                summer activities for Mark Twain and Roosevelt elementary schools.
                Activities will include tutoring, mentoring, accelerated instruction, service
                learning and integrated academic enrichment.

       E-19.    Enter into a contract with Oklahoma State University Writing Project for the
                acquisition of professional development for the GEAR UP College 101 and
                Literacy Strategies for First Generation Academics across content areas for
                high school teachers in GEAR UP schools beginning September 16, 2010,
                and continuing through June 30, 2010.
                Total cost not to exceed $38,000 will be funded through GEAR UP Federal
                Grant, 1-11-7787-50-2213-3200-100-0000-000-05-093.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: The program will provide specific attention as needed by
                first generation academic students to literacy instruction and college
                preparedness. While many factors effect students’ lack of strong literacy
                skills and college success, teacher preparation may be the most controllable.
                Until recently, high school teachers have received little or no instruction in
                teaching literacy strategies and college readiness skills. College 101 will
                focus in part on ways for teachers to increase not only their knowledge of
                strategies useful in mentoring and teaching these students, but also on
                practical tools such as college recommendations, teaching the college essay
                and other tools scaffolded in part by the two college professors on the
                leadership team. ---GEAR UP high school cohorts for 2010-2011 will be
                juniors and seniors enrolled at Central, McLain, Rogers and Webster. The
                OSU Writing Project will feature strategies to incorporate reading into every
                core content subject at the secondary level that are intended to augment and
                enhance the core curriculum.




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E.    CONSENT AGENDA - Continued


        E-20.   Approve participation and membership with Tech-Now, Inc. linking special
                education students at Central, East Central, Edison, Hale, McLain, Memorial,
                Rogers and Webster to post-secondary education and employment during
                the 2010-2011 school year.
                Total cost not to exceed $15,000 for start-up costs of $3,000 per site for East
                Central, Hale, McLain, Rogers and Webster will be paid from Special Ed-
                IDEA-B, 1-11-6210-50-1000-3200-239-0000-000-05-066.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: Tech-Now’s goal is to inspire students to live functional and
                independent lives. By expanding their knowledge of high-tech careers and
                providing the motivation to pursue those careers, the student is empowered
                early enough to make informed career decisions. Central, Edison and
                Memorial have already been involved in Tech-Now in past school years.
                The $3,000 per site start-up cost is for installing equipment, including ten
                laptops per site, software, training of the instructor and providing technical
                assistance throughout the year.

        E-21.   Pay the Transportation Department $1.15 per mile for use of activity buses
                to transport high school special education students to and from worksites
                and to transitional related activities during the 2010-2011 school year.
                Total cost not to exceed $60,000 will be paid from Special Education IDEA-
                B, 1-11-6210-50-2720-8910-239-0000-000-05-066.
                RATIONALE: Providing transportation to and from work is a vital part of
                preparing special education students to transition from school to work upon
                graduation. The ability to access transitional activities and opportunities
                outside the school site is essential to our special education students’ needs.
                Providing transition services for these students is federally mandated.


     Recommendations submitted by Director of Bond Projects/Energy Management,
                 Mr. Bob LaBass

        E-22.   Enter into a contract with Palmer Mechanical/Manhattan Construction (a joint
                venture), the lowest responsible bidder, for the HVAC upgrades at the
                Education Service Center.
                Total cost not to exceed $7,119,194 will be paid from the Facilities Bond, 0-
                36-1270-50-4700-4530-000-0000-000-12-100.
                RATIONALE:       The replacement of HVAC systems is part of the 2010
                Bond Issue.




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E.   CONSENT AGENDA - Continued


       E-23.    Enter into a contract with EMCS, Inc., the lowest responsible bidder, for the
                energy management system at Wright Elementary School.
                Total cost of $109,700 will be paid from the Facilities Bond Fund, 1-34-1215-
                50-4700-4500-000-0000-000-12-444.
                RATIONALE:       Energy management is part of the 2010 bond issuance.

       E-24.    Enter into a contract with Standard Roofing, Inc., the lowest responsible
                bidder, for the roof replacement at Chouteau Elementary School.
                Total cost of approximately $333,850 will be paid from the Facilities Bond
                Fund, 1-36-1260-504-700-4580-000-0000-000-12-155.
                RATIONALE:       Replacing leaking roofs is part of the 2010 Bond Issuance.



ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY CHIEF HUMAN CAPITAL OFFICER, MRS.
             ROBERTA ELLIS


       E-25.    Approve position creations/deletions.
                RATIONALE: Positions to be effective after Board approval unless
                otherwise indicated. Funding for each new position listed will originate from
                and be included in the applicable division/department budget.

       E-26.    Approve routine staffing items.
                RATIONALE: These routine personnel actions implement the various
                human capital plans and priorities authorized by the Board of Education.



     ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT FOR
                  SUPPORT SERVICES, MR. DAN WILLETT


       E-27.    Renew the contract with American Gold Security, Tulsa, Oklahoma, to utilize
                off-duty Tulsa Police Department officers as needed to provide security,
                traffic control, and other duties at various sites throughout the District during
                the 2010-2011 school year.
                Total cost not to exceed $32,000 will be paid from various District and/or
                school site accounts.
                RATIONALE: Contracted off-duty Tulsa Police Department officers
                provide additional security as needed to supplement security at special
                events and for school sites where supplement security is necessary to
                maintain a safe and secure environment.




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F.    ACTION AGENDA



     RECOMMENDATION LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY CHIEF OF STAFF,
               MR. ROBERT F. BURTON, SR.


         F-1.   Enter into a contract with the Mabee Center for the annual Back-To-School
                Convocation to be held on August 19, 2010.
                Total cost not to exceed $3,000 will be paid from 1-11-0000-50-2213-4400-
                000-0000-000-08-098.


                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract/agreement and the proper officers of
                the Board of Education be authorized to execute the contract/agreement on
                behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: The convocation provides an opportunity for the
                Superintendent to provide professional development to staff by offering
                motivational and practical instructional strategies to improve student
                achievement.     This activity also provides an opportunity for the
                Superintendent to share the goals and objectives for the school year with the
                staff.




July 19, 2010                             13
G. INFORMATION AGENDA



   ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY ASSOCIATE SUPERINTENDENT FOR
                ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, MR. MILLARD HOUSE


         G-1.   Approve the implementation of uniforms for all students attending Marshall
                Elementary School for the 2010-2011 school year. The uniforms will consist
                of polo-type shirts in the colors of solid navy blue and solid white shirts,
                sweatshirts and sweaters. Slacks, shorts, skorts, or skirts will be in khaki,
                tan or beige colors. All shoes worn are to be closed toe. Socks, tights,
                belts are hair ties will be in solid colors to match the uniform. Student shirts
                will be tucked in.
                There is no cost to the District.
                RATIONALE: Experts believe that by improving the school environment
                through mandatory standardized dress, both academic and behavioral
                outcomes improve. Parents were surveyed regarding uniforms interest.
                Parents voted by ballot and 80 percent approved implementing school
                uniforms for the 2010-2011 school year.

         G-2.   Approve the implementation of uniforms for all students attending McClure
                Elementary School for the 2010-2011 school year. The uniforms will consist
                of polo-type shirts in the colors of white, navy or red. Slacks, shorts, skorts,
                or skirts will be in khaki or navy colors. All shoes worn are to be closed toe.
                Socks, tights, belts are hair ties will be in solid colors to match the uniform.
                Student shirts will be tucked in.
                There is no cost to the District. Operation School Bell will be available if
                students should need assistance.
                RATIONALE: Experts believe that by improving the school environment
                through mandatory standardized dress, both academic and behavioral
                outcomes improve. Currently 31 other elementary schools and all middle
                schools require uniforms. Parents were surveyed regarding uniforms
                interest. Parents voted by ballot and 76 percent approved implementing
                school uniforms for the 2010-2011 school year.




July 19, 2010                                14
G. INFORMATION AGENDA - Continued



   ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY ASSOCIATE SUPERINTENDENT FOR
                SECONDARY SCHOOLS, MR. KEVIN BURR


         G-3.   Approve the implementation of uniforms for all students attending the Will
                Rogers High School Freshman Academy beginning with the 2010-2011
                school year. The uniform will consists of classic colors – white, royal blue or
                gold yellow polo-type shirts and khaki or black pants and skirts.
                There is no cost to the District.
                RATIONALE: Experts believe that by improving the school environment
                through mandatory standardized dress, both academic and behavioral
                outcomes improve. As a safety factor, uniforms also provide a way of
                identifying students who are supposed to be in the Freshmen Academy.
                Surveys were presented at back to school nights, parent conferences and
                through informational communication methods such as website flyers, visits
                to feeder schools and a dress code committee consisting of
                teachers/student/parents. Approximately 67 percent of the 196 returned
                surveys indicated that they favored uniforms in Will Rogers Freshman
                Academy.

         G-4.   Renew the contract with Big Picture Learning to purchase professional
                development, technical assistance and coaching during the 2010-2011 year.
                Total cost not to exceed $288,300 will be paid from Alternative Education
                Professional Development Fund, 1-11-0000-50-1000-3200-430-0000-000-
                14-076.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: One of the initiatives of the Office of School Innovations
                involves continuing with the redesign of our alternative services in the
                secondary schools. All the schools listed below have been redesigned with
                the philosophy of the Big Picture Schools – www.bigpicture.org. The design
                has transformed the lives of many students during the 14 years of existence
                as only the students most at risk for dropping out are served with about a 96
                percent graduation rate. Of these graduates, approximately the same
                percentage of these students attends college and about 80 percent of them
                complete college in four years. The recommended support will continue the
                redesign and support of education services at the following locations:
                              Tulsa Met-Franklin
                              Tulsa Met-Lombard
                              Middle College High School
                              And other alternative staff




July 19, 2010                                15
G. INFORMATION AGENDA - Continued


         G-5.   Renew the contract with Street School, Inc. to provide educational services
                for all appropriate and eligible students attending said facility during the
                2010-2011 school year.
                There is no cost to the District.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: The established site has requested education services for
                the District. By state statues, the District is required to provide an
                appropriate number of teachers for the delivery of educational services.

         G-6.   Enter into a contract with Harland Technology Services (division of Scantron)
                to provide service on Scantron equipment for the 2010-2011 school year.
                Total cost not to exceed $1,500 will be paid from Washington’s school
                activity fund #520.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: The contract will maintain equipment in good operating
                condition and minimize breakdowns which will allow us to score student
                testing.

         G-7.   Renew the contract with Tulsa Promenade to provide facility space for Tulsa
                Learning Academy during the 2010-2011 school year.
                Total cost not to exceed $8,400 will be paid from the Building Fund, 1-21-
                0000-50-1000-4400-430-0000-000-07-636.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: The Tulsa Learning Academy has provided alternative
                programming for students through web-based instruction with supplemented
                direct instruction. The program has effectively provided an option for
                students to complete the requirements for high school graduation who might
                otherwise have missed the opportunity to complete the requirements for a
                standard diploma. This contract will allow for program expansion to serve
                more students in each session; additionally; continuation of the program with
                additional space will allow the options for students to enroll virtual high
                school programming and technology-drive distance learning and
                independent study. This feature should encourage a significant number of
                students returning enrollment in Tulsa Public Schools increasing the
                District’s ADM.




July 19, 2010                                16
G. INFORMATION AGENDA - Continued



   ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER, MS. TRISH
                WILLIAMS


   Recommendations submitted by Director of Bond Projects/Energy Management,
               Mr. Bob LaBass

         G-8.   Enter into contract with the lowest responsible bidder for the window and
                door replacement project at Rogers High School.
                Total cost of an approximate amount of $2,500,000 will be paid from the
                Facility Bond Fund, 1-36-12XX-504700-4500-000-0000-000-12-730.
                RATIONALE:       Replacement of windows and doors is part of the 2010
                bond issue.

         G-9.   Enter into contract with Builders Supply, Inc., the lowest responsible bidder,
                for the exterior door replacement projects at Cleveland Middle School, and
                Bell, Burroughs, Lanier and Robertson elementary schools.
                Total cost not to exceed $335,480 will be paid from 1-36-1220-504700-4500-
                000-0000-000-12-XXX.
                RATIONALE:       Replacement of exterior doors is part of the 2010 bond
                issue.

       G-10.    Approve the purchase of an integrated finance and human capital
                management information system, including software, implementation,
                training and support services/mainframe, and related hardware components
                from the most responsible offerer.
                Total cost not to exceed $3,750,000. $2,000,000 will be paid from the
                Classroom Bond Fund, 1-36-3801-50-2511-7330-000-0000-000-12-XXX.
                The remaining $1,750,000 will be paid from the successful sale and closing
                of the 2010 bond sale.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract and the proper officer of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute said contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: A 12-member committee, with representation from Finance,
                Human Capital, and ISS, was formed in December 2009 to develop and
                issue the RFP for a new Financial/Human Capital system. The RFP was
                issued on March 3, 2010, and responses were required by April 16, 2010.
                Six proposals were received and three were selected for further review.
                Each of the three vendors conducted a three-day scripted product
                demonstration for committee members and department staff. Members of
                the committee evaluated and scored each of the product demonstrations.




July 19, 2010                              17
G. INFORMATION AGENDA - Continued


       G-11.    Increase the contract with Flintco, Inc. for the elevator and fire stair addition
                at the Education Service Center. Change Number One
                Total cost not to exceed $175,000 will be paid from the Facilities Bond Fund,
                1-36-1212-504700-4500-000-0000-000-12-100.
                RATIONALE: This increase is to provide for expanding the scope of
                concrete and asphalt installation for parking lot improvements required
                around the new receiving dock.


   ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT FOR
               SUPPORT SERVICES, MR. DAN WILLETT

       G-12.    Enter into contracts with various non-District agencies/organizations to
                provide contract meals based on the established fee schedule. A contract
                will not be entered into with any agency that has current legal action against
                the District.
                FURTHER RECOMMEND that the attorneys for the School District review
                and approve the appropriate contract and the proper officers of the Board of
                Education be authorized to execute the contract on behalf of the District.
                RATIONALE: The District makes these services available to entities
                serving children in the community, i.e., Head Start, Margaret Hudson, based
                on capacity. Revenue is deposited in the Child Nutrition fund with gross
                receipts for 2009-2010 totaling $2,032,103.

       G-13.    Authorize the following individuals as the District’s authorized
                representatives for the State Department of Education Child Nutrition
                programs during the 2010-2011 school year.
                     Angela Morris, Family Applications Manager
                     Sally Robinson, Claims Analyst
                     Tammy Christman, Bookkeeper
                RATIONALE: Each school district that participates in USDA school meal
                programs must designate a school employee(s) as an authorized
                representative to certify and submit reports and claims for reimbursement, as
                well as have access to all e-claim functions.                   The authorized
                representative(s) verifies that all submitted information is true and correct.




July 19, 2010                               18
   H. STAFF REPORTS




   I.     BOARD MEMBER REPORTS/CONCERNS




   J.     CITIZENS’ COMMENTS




   K. SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORTS/PRESENTATIONS




   L.     ANNOUNCEMENTS

          The next regular scheduled meeting of the Board of Education will be held on
          Monday, August 2, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. in the Cheryl Selman Room at the Charles C.
          Mason Education Service Center.



   M. MOTION AND VOTE TO ADJOURN




        This is an open, public meeting held in accordance with the Open Meeting Laws of the
        State of Oklahoma. The purpose of this meeting is to conduct the business of the
        School District. As the elected representatives of the School District voters and school
        patrons, the School Board members will be making decisions concerning the operation
        of the School District. Persons desiring to address the Board concerning items not on
        the agenda must submit a written request form, available from the Clerk of the School
        Board, at least seven days prior to each meeting. Statements to the School Board by
        members of the public are limited to five minutes each.




July 19, 2010                                 19
SUPPORTING INFORMATION


CONSENT ITEM E-25                                          POSITION CREATIONS/DELETIONS

Administrative/Certificated
Create:
Position                      Salary/Grade        Duties

Director,                        BL-10            Review and insure compliance with District policy on
Compensation and               12 Months          all Administrator and Professional Services requests
Benefits-ESC/Human                                for hire and all salary offers for Administrators and
Capital                                           Professional Services employees. Responsible for
                                                  compilation of Compensation Manual. Monitor budget
Annual Budget Impact:                             for the Compensation and Benefits Office. Update and
$ 68,100 min. –                                   maintain all salary rate tables in the HRIS system.
$98,100 max.                                      Supervise and evaluate Compensation and Benefits
                                                  staff. Responsible for Insurance billing reconciliation.
Funding Source:                                   Communicate with the State Insurance Board, State
1-11-0000-50-2572-1210-                           Department of Education and the District’s Insurance
000-0000-109-04-046                               consultants regarding unresolved issues, state
                                                  reporting requirements and the oversight of all
                                                  benefit’s programs for the District.


Delete:
Position                      Salary/Grade        Duties

Director,                        BL-12            Review and insure compliance with District policy on
Compensation and               12 Months          all Administrator and Professional Services requests
Benefits-ESC/Human                                for hire. Insure compliance with District policy on all
Capital                                           salary offers for Administrators and Professional
                                                  Services employees. Responsible for compilation of
Annual Budget Impact:                             Compensation Manual. Monitor budget for the
$ 85,900 min. –                                   Compensation and Benefits Office. Update and
$123,500 max.                                     maintain all salary rate tables in the HRIS system.
                                                  Supervise and evaluate Compensation and Benefits
Funding Source:                                   staff. Responsible for Insurance billing reconciliation.
0-11-0000-50-2572-1110-                           Communicate with the State Insurance Board, State
000-0000-109-04-046                               Department of Education and the District’s Insurance
                                                  consultants regarding unresolved issues, state
                                                  reporting requirements and the oversight of all
                                                  benefit’s programs for the District.




July 19, 2010                                20
Position Creations/Deletions – Continued


Support
Create:
Position                    Salary/Grade         Duties

Registrar Indian                CA-6             Responsible for District Indian student enrollment.
Education-Curriculum         $10.06/hr to        Identify record and enroll eligible Indian students in
and Instruction               $13.42/hr          the Indian Pupil Education Program. Responsible for
                              12 Months          Title VII, Creek and Cherokee JOM, Cherokee Motor
Annual Budget Impact:                            Vehicle Tag Allocation, and Choctaw Star Program.
$20,925 min. –
$27,914 max.

Funding Source:
1-11-0000-50-2572-1210-
000-0000-109-04-046

Director’sSecretary,            CA-9             Demonstrate experience performing executive or
Director of Title I-         $11.56/hr to        administrative     secretarial    duties;    considerable
ESC/Federal Programs          $15.52/hr          knowledge of business office management, grammar,
and Special Projects          12 Months          spelling, and business correspondence; advanced
                                                 computer skills including Power Point, Excel
Annual Budget Impact:                            spreadsheets, complex word processing, and
$24,044 (min.) –                                 templates. Serve as secretary and assistant to the
$32,281 (max)                                    administrator at the assigned department/division with
                                                 minimal direction from administrator/maintain an
Funding Source:                                  efficiently operating office; receive and screen callers
1-11-0950-50-2340-1210-                          in a professional, polite, and tactful manner; give
000-0000-615-05-093                              assistance on the operations of the office; refer callers
                                                 to other employees, officials or departments when
                                                 warranted; maintain administrator’s appointment
                                                 calendar; provide him/her with appropriate meeting
                                                 materials; compose and edit correspondence,
                                                 memoranda        and      forms     required    of    the
                                                 department/division; prepare agendas for meetings,
                                                 School Board preparation items and other documents
                                                 as required; submit contracts to legal department for
                                                 review and approval; maintain department/division
                                                 records.




July 19, 2010                               21
Support Position Creations/Deletions – Continued


Delete:
Position                  Salary/Grade           Duties

Administrative                  CA-12            Serve as secretary and assistant to the administrator
Secretary, Director of       $13.31/hr to        at the department/division with minimal direction from
Title I-ESC/Federal           $17.96/hr          administrator/maintain an efficiently operating office;
Programs and Projects         12 Months          receive and screen callers in a professional, polite,
                                                 and tactful manner; give assistance on the operations
Annual Budget Impact:                            of the office; refer callers to other employees, officials
$27,685 (min.) –                                 or     departments       when      warranted;   maintain
$37,356 (max)                                    administrator’s appointment calendar; provide him/her
                                                 with appropriate meeting materials; compose and edit
Funding Source:                                  correspondence, memoranda and forms required of
0-11-0950-50-2340-1210-                          the department/division; prepare agendas for
000-0000-615-05-093                              meetings, School Board preparation items and other
                                                 documents as required; submit contracts to legal
                                                 department for review and approval; maintain
                                                 department/division records. Maintain spreadsheets
                                                 for all projects; process requisitions; maintain
                                                 purchasing records for the department/division; take
                                                 and transcribe minutes of conferences, meetings, or
                                                 other official functions as required. Maintain Federal
                                                 Projects inventory. Provide information to private
                                                 schools pertaining to their involvement in Federal
                                                 Programs. Ability to use the Internet for research;
                                                 have effective positive interpersonal communication
                                                 skills; handle emergency situations and notify
                                                 appropriate personnel of resolution.




July 19, 2010                               22
Support Position Creations/Deletions – Continued


Create:
Position                    Salary/Grade         Duties

Culinary Coordinator-           MT-9             Oversee and supervise the District catering
Child Nutrition Services     $11.56/hr to        operations at various sites. Organize and direct the
(2 positions)                 $14.22/hr          processes necessary to provide breakfast, lunch and
                              12 months          special requests for principals, Board members,
Annual Budget Impact:                            administrators, teachers PTA and students as well as
$ 48,090 min. –                                  other staff.
$59,155 max


Funding Source:
1-22-3850-50-3120-1210-
000-0000-000-03-001


Delete:

Position                    Salary/Grade         Duties

Catering Manager-               MT-9             Oversee and supervise the District catering
Child Nutrition Services     $11.56/hr to        operations at various sites. Organize and direct the
(2 positions)                 $14.22/hr          processes necessary to provide breakfast, lunch and
                              12 months          special requests for principals, Board members,
Annual Budget Impact:                            administrators, teachers PTA and students as well as
$ 48,090 min. –                                  other staff.
$59,155 max

Funding Source:
1-22-3850-50-3120-1210-
000-0000-000-03-001




July 19, 2010                               23
SUPPORTING INFORMATION


CONSENT ITEM E-26                                                  ROUTINE STAFFING ITEMS


ADJUSTMENTS

                           Position
                        Grade/Step        Effective    Present      Proposed
Name                   (if applicable)      Date       Contract     Contract   Reason

Certificated/Administrative:

Britton, Tammy       Principal-           8/06/10     $ 55,069.00 $ 55,069.00 Principal-Cooper
                     Burroughs
                     EL-4

Cox, Patricia        Itinerant VI         8/16/10      41,206.00    41,206.00 Teacher-McKinley/
                     Orientation                                     2,060.30 Special Education
                     Mobility                                                 M-14
                     Specialist-
                     ESC/Special
                     Education and
                     Student Services
                     M-14

McKenzie, Andrew     Interim Assistant    7/01/10      93,100.00    93,100.00 Assistant to the
                     to the                                                   Superintendent for
                     Superintendent                                           Early Childhood
                     for Early                                                Services-Elementary
                     Childhood                                                Schools
                     Services-Office of                                       Rate: 93,100.00
                     the
                     Superintendent
                     EL-8 3-CI

Support (Hourly):

Clifton, Lela        Human Capital        7/01/10        $ 15.93      $ 15.93 Human Capital
                     Specialist I-ESC/    6/30/10                             Finisher I-ESC/
                     Human Capital                                            Human Capital
                     CA-9

Edwards, Julia       Human Capital        7/01/10          13.65        13.65 Human Capital
                     Specialist I-ESC/    6/30/10                             Finisher I-ESC/
                     Human Capital                                            Human Capital
                     CA-9




July 19, 2010                             24
ADJUSTMENTS - Continued

                         Position
                      Grade/Step        Effective   Present    Proposed
Name                 (if applicable)      Date      Contract   Contract   Reason

Hargrave, Evelyn   Human Capital        7/01/10      $ 13.13    $ 13.13   Human Capital
                   Specialist I-ESC/    6/30/10                           Finisher I-ESC/
                   Human Capital                                          Human Capital
                   CA-9

Hickman, Mary      Human Capital        7/01/10        15.25      15.25   Human Capital
                   Specialist I-ESC/    6/30/10                           Finisher I-ESC/
                   Human Capital                                          Human Capital
                   CA-9 4-CI

Keen, Rogena       Human Capital        7/01/10        13.02      13.02   Human Capital
                   Specialist I-ESC/    6/30/10                           Finisher I-ESC/
                   Human Capital                                          Human Capital
                   CA-9

Miller, Phylena    Human Capital        7/01/10        16.49      16.49   Human Capital
                   Specialist II-ESC/   6/30/10                           Finisher II-ESC/
                   Human Capital                                          Human Capital
                   CA-10 1-CI

Smith, Rita        Human Capital        7/01/10        14.44      14.44   Human Capital
                   Specialist I-ESC/    6/30/10                           Finisher I-ESC/
                   Human Capital                                          Human Capital
                   CA-9     1-CI

Steele, Sandra     Human Capital        7/01/10        17.85      17.85   Human Capital
                   Specialist I-ESC/    6/30/10                           Finisher I-ESC/
                   Human Capital                                          Human Capital
                   CA-9     4-CI

Tatic, Irmgard     Human Capital        7/01/10        14.27      14.27   Human Capital
                   Specialist I-ESC/    6/30/10                           Finisher I-ESC/
                   Human Capital                                          Human Capital
                   CA-9

Tuttle, Alta       Human Capital        7/01/10        13.81      13.81   Human Capital
                   Specialist I-ESC/    6/30/10                           Finisher I-ESC/
                   Human Capital                                          Human Capital
                   CA-9

Trout, Michelle    Human Capital        7/01/10        16.46      16.46   Human Capital
                   Specialist II-       6/30/10                           Finisher II-ESC/
                   ESC/ Human                                             Human Capital
                   Capital CA-10




July 19, 2010                           25
RESIGNATIONS

                               Effective
Name                             Date      Assignment

Certificated/Administrative:

Elias, Cheryl                  7/23/10     Director of Federal Programs and Special
                                           Projects- ESC/Federal Programs & Special
                                           Projects




July 19, 2010                      26
INFORMATION ITEM G-14                              POSITION CREATIONS/DELETIONS


Support:

Create:

Position                  Salary/Grade   Duties
Staffing Allocation           CA-14      Maintain certified and support allocations for each school.
Analyst-ESC/Financial      14.61/hr to   Calculate District-funded certified and support allocations
Services                     19.79/hr    at specified times of the year based on criteria in the
                           12 months     approved      staffing    plan.    Notify   the     Associate
Annual Budget Impact:                    Superintendents’ Offices, School Administrator, Budget
$30,389(min.) –                          Office and Human Capital Office of any changes in
$41,163 (max.)                           allocations. Maintain staff allocation requisition form and
                                         monitor the approval process of forms submitted. Maintain
Funding Source:                          documentation for every allocation change.              Track
1-11-0000-50-2511-0000-                  allocations funded from the Superintendent’s Discretionary
000-0000-615-08-098                      Fund. Support principals and secretaries with regards to
                                         allocation matters such as the completion of the staff
                                         allocation requisition form.        Compile and organize
                                         information for the staffing plan. Publish the staffing plan.


Delete:

Position                  Salary/Grade   Duties
Human Resources               CA-14      Assure the proper staffing level of all school sites by
Analyst-ESC/Human          14.61/hr to   determining the number of positions for each school by
Resources                    19.79/hr    converting forecast numbers to staffing formula; audits and
                           12 months     approve all school-based replacement requests upon
Annual Budget Impact:                    turnover; and maintain proper staff assignment records for
$30,389(min.) –                          all school site personnel.
$41,163 (max.)

Funding Source:
1-11-0000-50-2571-0000-
000-0000-615-04-042




July 19, 2010                            27
Position Creations/Deletions - Continued


Create:

Position                  Salary/Grade   Duties

Bilingual Receptionist-     Grade 6      Greet and direct incoming patrons. Provide verbal and
ESC/School and District    10.06/hr to   written translation in Spanish. Must be proficient in
Accountability              13.42/hr     general office duties; maintain confidentially in
                           12 months     school/business matters; able to assume responsibility
Annual Budget Impact:                    without direct supervision, and exercise initiative and good
$20,924 (min.)-                          judgment in making decisions.
$27,913(max.)

Funding Source:
1-11-0000-50-2312-1210-
000-0000-614-09-058



Delete:

Position                  Salary/Grade   Duties

Bilingual Receptionist-     Grade 6      Greet and direct incoming patrons. Provide verbal and
ESC/Office of the          10.06/hr to   written translation in Spanish. Must be proficient in
Superintendent              13.42/hr     general office duties; maintain confidentially in
                           12 months     school/business matters; able to assume responsibility
Annual Budget Impact:                    without direct supervision, and exercise initiative and good
$20,924 (min.)-                          judgment in making decisions.
$27,913 (max.)

Funding Source:
1-11-0000-50-2312-1210-
000-0000-614-09-091




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